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Emissions trading: Quiz

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Question 1: Even aside from issues of compliance with the ________, such border adjustments presume that the producing countries bear responsibility for the carbon emissions.
AustraliaUnited KingdomGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and TradeFrance

Question 2: ________ / Renewable energy
Wind powerLow carbon power generationNuclear powerCoal

Question 3: ________
2009 United Nations Climate Change ConferenceAsia-Pacific Emissions Trading ForumCopenhagen AccordKyoto Protocol

Question 4: The ________, a cap-and-trade bill, was passed on June 26, 2009, in the House of Representatives.
American Clean Energy and Security ActUnited States House Committee on Energy and Commerce111th United States CongressKyoto Protocol

Question 5: Emissions trading (also known as cap and trade) is an administrative approach used to control pollution by providing ________ incentives for achieving reductions in the emissions of pollutants.
Heterodox economicsKeynesian economicsMoneyEconomics

Question 6: Consider two European countries, such as ________ and Sweden.
GermanyGreecePolandNetherlands

Question 7: On November 17, 2008 President-elect ________ clarified, in a talk recorded for YouTube, that the US will enter a cap-and-trade system to limit global warming.
John EdwardsBarack Obama2004 Democratic National Convention2008 Democratic National Convention

Question 8: In such a scenario, the ________ represents the market allowance price (P) of a pollutant, such as the current market allowance price of emissions in Europe[22] and the USA.
Hessian matrixOptimization (mathematics)Lagrange multipliersShadow price

Question 9: A ________ provider gets issued one green tag for each 1,000 kWh of energy it produces.
Renewable energyBiofuelRenewable energy commercializationRenewable energy development

Question 10: In 2007, the California Legislature passed the California Global Warming Solutions Act, ________, which was signed into law by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Sacramento, CaliforniaLow-carbon fuel standardCalifornia Air Resources BoardZero-emissions vehicle







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